Dynamo Daily - July 1, 2010

A daily dose of Dynamo and other newsworthy clips

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Photo Credit: 
Joseph Musarra/Houston Dynamo

The Houston Dynamo will
take on
Toronto FC tonight at 6 p.m. CT. The game can be seen nationally on
ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes. Dynamo forward Joseph Ngwenya hopes to build on the strong
performance
he had last week against Colorado.
Toronto midfielder Dwayne De Rosario, a former MLS Cup MVP with the Dynamo, will be the main
focus
of a Dynamo defense tonight that will look to cut down on the lapses
that have plagued the team the past few weeks.

Steve Sandor of the Toronto
Sun
refers to the Dynamo as Team Canada
South
due to the influx of Canadian born players over the years.
Goal.com  believes Toronto
will be celebrating
Canada Day
with a victory over the Dynamo.

With their win on Tuesday against Miami FC, the Dynamo will
now face
Chivas USA
in the quarterfinals of the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. Click here
to purchase your tickets.

In the latest edition of “Who should be on the 2014 U.S.
national team”, Matthew Doyle of MLSsoccer.com suggests that Dynamo midfielder
Geoff Cameron should be a focal
point of the defense
. Well said Matthew.

The latest news from the MLS All-Star Game is that Javier “Chicharito”
Hernandez has received
his work permit
and should join Manchester United shortly. All signs point
to Hernandez being with the team on July 28 when Manchester United faces the
MLS All-Stars at Reliant Stadium. Click here to purchase your All-Star Game tickets.

ESPN.com columnist Bill Simmons took two minutes away from the NBA free
agent frenzy to write to a 4,500-word
column
on the World Cup.